Phil Colgan

Phil Colgan is a dancer, choreographer, and instructor born and raised in New York. A graduate of NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study, Phil's performance and production credits span across theater, dance and television.


As a performer, Phil's credits include productions at regional theaters across the country, such as Paper Mill Playhouse (including West Side Story and the world premiere of A Bronx Tale the Musical), Maine State Music Theatre, The Fulton, Ogunquit Playhouse, Gateway Playhouse, and Finger Lakes MTF. Other select credits include iLuminate: Artist of Light, performances with the Omaha Symphony, and The 2017 Tony Awards opening number with Kevin Spacey.


Recent choreography & directorial projects include Catch Me If You Can (Skirball Center), Carrie (NYU), Disney's Newsies (Associate, Pittsburgh CLO) and events like Broadway Bares XXVII: StripU (Associate, “Fine Arts”), The Young Choreographer's Festival, and showcases for Broadway Dance Center. Phil was recently named a finalist for the 2017 Capezio A.C.E. Awards, and presented his piece “Bistro di Scintille” in Long Beach, California.


While pursuing his performance and production careers, Phil continues to teach at studios across the country, dance conventions, and open classes in NYC. For more information, visit philcolgan.com.